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Burn time 20 min ea.
- Place cone on a heat resistant, non combustible dish. Add salt or sand to the dish and place cone on top. This will protect the dish and increase airflow. Light the tip of the cone and wait 10-15 full seconds before blowing out. Tip of cone should glow red and smoke. If cone does not stay lit, re-light and start again. Cone will smoke for up to 20 minutes and then self extinguish.
- Do not handle incense cone once lit. Surface or container may become hot, so be sure to allow the surface to cool before handling. Wait for ash to completely cool before discarding.
BIRCHWOOD CINDER MYRRH FRANKINCENSE OUD LABDANUM
Inspired by Roman basilicas and sacred rituals. Notes of earthen ash and resin waft through the air in ceremony and remembrance. Let the old ways burn and rise from the ashes.
VINTAGE LEATHER CEDAR COGNAC THYME TOBACCO OAK
A smoldering Ember can become a death or resurrection. A dying light, a fading love or friendship, the last goodbye, or a rekindling of sparks, spirits, and warmth. Ember is the scent of longing and comfort.
FIR BALSAM CEDAR JUNIPER SAP PINE NEEDLE DAMP MOSS
The act of becoming, the shifting of truths. Protection and re-alignment in the natural order of things. You have emerged from the fire, the scent of your first new breath, crisp and green.
PINK PEPPERCORN CLOVE BUD SAFFRON VETIVER TONKA BEAN TOBACCO
A spark is a small fiery particle thrown from the fire or used to ignite a new flame. A catalyst for either creation or destruction. This scent is both mellow and spicy, familiar but unexpected. A mirror of our dueling natures. Construction requires destruction.